A few months ago, Adrien wrote about a good way to deploy your web apps to Azure. If you haven't already, this is definitely worth reading. The thing is, he did hide a part of the truth from you ! Naughty
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If you ever dealt with file storage during cloud development, you are probably familiar with solutions like Azure blob storage or Amazon S3. They are powerful solutions to store large amount of files in an efficient, scalable and reliable way.
A few months ago, I wrote about a successful Azure Web App deployment process, and its implementation from Visual Studio Team Services through PowerShell scripts. As we worked on several small projects, we were quickly bored by copying and pasting
Now that ASP.NET Core 1.0 is released, you should have converted your projects to RTM bits. But what about your automated builds in VSTS? Well, since yesterday, the Hosted Build Pool has been updated to support .NET Core
Deploying your application automatically on an Azure Web App isn't really challenging. You have several options to do it (including Web Deploy, Git, FTP...); and several release management services (like Visual Studio Team Services) provide automated tasks for this. But